Finnish Cultural Garden on Kid’s Day

The Finnish Cultural Garden was dedicated September 14, 1958. On the first annual Kid’s Day in the Cleveland Cultural Gardens, kids (of all ages) learned about the Finnish language, culture, history, geography and more. (Did you know that Angry Birds was created in Finland?)

Ken Quiggle of the Finnish Cultural Garden was one of the co-chairs of Kid’s Day in the Gardens. When the group arrived at the Finnish Garden Ken welcomed them and explained the various activities such as having the Finnish flag painted on your hand or making your own Finnish flag.

Painting a Finnish Flag on a girls hand
Painting a Finnish Flag on a girls hand

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